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Welcome to DC Pension Geeks, a conversation with top retirement-related policymakers and regulators in and around Washington. Hosted by Brian Graff, an attorney, accountant, former Capitol Hill staffer, and now CEO of the American Retirement Association, it’s an inside view of the ups and downs, ins and outs and sometimes surprising turns Washington takes on the road to ensuring a secure retirement for millions of hard-working Americans.
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Pension Attention is a show dedicated to helping firefighters and police officers take charge of their finances to build a life they love. Your host Brad Barrett is a Managing Director and Partner at One Capital Management, a top ranked independent investment advisory firm managing $5B in assets for clients. He has advised families in the Los Angeles City Fire Department for over 12 years, is an active member in Kingdom Advisors, a biblically based advisory network and holds the certified fi ...
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The Burges Salmon Pensions Pod

The Burges Salmon Pensions Pod

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In this series of fortnightly podcasts the Burges Salmon Pensions team will be joined by experts from across Burges Salmon and select special guests to discuss topical issues, the latest pensions news and insights and practical tips to help trustees and employers navigate the ever changing pensions landscape.
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Trustees and Defined Contribution pensions scheme managers have a duty to help deliver the best outcomes for members. So this year we focused our Defined Contribution survey on their concerns, their obstacles, and how they can best approach the future. Aon plc (NYSE:AON) is a leading global professional services firm providing a broad range of risk, retirement and health solutions. Our 50,000 colleagues in 120 countries empower results for clients by using proprietary data and analytics to d ...
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This podcast is designed to help people make money matters more understandable and straightforward. Financial planning and wealth management can be daunting at times and each week we take you through a series of topics designed to give the listener guidance on a range of financial matters. The podcast features Phil Anderson who owns and runs a financial advisory firm in the north and north-east of Scotland. Phil previously worked as a financial adviser and he loves helping people. Phil share ...
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Pension Protectors is a podcast for first responders designed to help tackle and make sense of various financial topics. This includes the complexities of their pensions as well as other financial matters. The hosts Matt and Clint have been working with first responders for a combined 30 years, and want to share their laughs and stories from along the way. All the while deliver timely, valuable information that is actionable. In addition to the financial topics, every other week they will sp ...
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Introducing India’s first ever, The Pension Podcast, an initiative by PensionBox - Take control over your retirement future now!The Pension Podcast embarks the emergence of the Pension Movement and assures the retiree’s to find their financial security and peace of mind at their own comfort!With apt information and insights on how the Pension Movement impacts the future, let The Pension Podcast advance your retirement planning now!
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Podcasten der giver dig 10 bud på, hvordan du kommer godt igang med pensionen. Hvad skal du forberede dig på? Hvordan skaber du dig en overgang? Hvad er pension anno 2020 og hvad kan der ske herfra? Podcasten er baseret på forskningsprojektet Pensionsfortællinger. Podcasten er støttet af Velliv Foreningen.
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A monthly UK pensions law podcast placing a spotlight on key developments that could affect your scheme. CPD may be available. The podcasts are an overview of the law. How the law will apply in any particular case will depend on the individual circumstances. Listeners should seek legal advice if any of the matters discussed are relevant to a specific issue or concern.
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Pensionnats indiens est une série de baladodiffusion en trois parties créée par Historica Canada et animée par Eve Ringuette. Elle a pour but de commémorer l’histoire et l’héritage des pensionnats indiens, et d’honorer les histoires des survivants métis, inuits et des Premières Nations, ainsi que leurs communautés. La série de baladodiffusion Pensionnats indiens fait partie d’une campagne plus large de sensibilisation créée par Historica Canada et financée par le gouvernement du Canada. En p ...
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This series of podcasts explores themes and highlights from the exhibition Black Greenwich Pensioners (1 Oct 2020 - 21 Feb 2021) at the Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich. In each episode, Claire Kirk (Head of Learning, Interpretation and Collections at the Old Royal Naval College), speaks to maritime historian and Black history expert, S.I. Martin, who curated the exhibition. Conversations delve into the research behind the display and what this research tells us about the lives of Black ma ...
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The Month in Pensions discusses the latest developments in the UK pensions world with insight from the Pensions team at international law firm Gowling WLG. NOT LEGAL ADVICE. Information made available on this website in any form is for information purposes only. It is not, and should not be taken as, legal advice. You should not rely on, or take or fail to take any action based upon this information. Never disregard professional legal advice or delay in seeking legal advice because of someth ...
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A monthly UK pensions law podcast placing a spotlight on key developments that could affect your scheme. CPD may be available. The podcasts are an overview of the law. How the law will apply in any particular case will depend on the individual circumstances. Listeners should seek legal advice if any of the matters discussed are relevant to a specific issue or concern.
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‘Retirement provocateur’ Kathleen Kennedy Townsend played an instrumental role in the debate over retirement issues, resulting in significant policy ideas. A founder of the Georgetown University Center for Retirement Initiatives, the 40-year political veteran and former Maryland Lieutenant Governor joins American Retirement Association CEO Brian Gr…
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In this episode we dive into the various reasons you chose the first responder career and how that can affect different aspects of financial planning. Clinton Kersting and Matthew McManus offer securities through Equitable Advisors, LLC, member S.I.P.C., Equitable Financial Advisors in Michigan and Tennessee, and offer annuities and insurance throu…
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Perception and interpretation are very different… and when it comes to the economy, these can get very convoluted. Those who are more optimistic may see a more promising year and those who are more pessimistic could be more skeptical. On today’s show, Brad breaks down the famous and ambiguous illustration of the Duck and Rabbit, and how we should b…
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Just like that we have reached the end of Season 4 of the Burges Salmon Pensions Pod. The pensions insurance market has exploded over the last 12-24 months, so in our final episode Chris Brown and Helen Helen Norman are joined by Richard Hall, a partner at Argyll Covenant Advisory, to discuss insurer due diligence and how this can assist trustees. …
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We look at the various tax allowances and reliefs available for the tax year and Phil shares some financial planning tips to help reduce your tax bill. Some of the areas covered on this podcast include ISA’s, pensions/retirement planning, capital gains tax and inheritance tax. It is important to take professional advice before making any decision r…
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In this episode of V-FM, the Pensions Podcast, hosts Darren and Nico spend an hour chatting to Joanne Segars. Having been in the driving seat behind the NAPF and PLSA for a number of years, and a stalwart of the pensions industry, Joanne now has an impressive portfolio career including chairing the Now Pensions trustee board, the LGPS Central Pool …
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Academics are on the march, coming for the defined contribution retirement savings system with policy prescriptions that would fundamentally change employer-sponsored plans and what they’re designed to do. The system is failing; it only benefits the wealthy and doesn’t produce adequate retirement income, which is the chorus of commonly heard critic…
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Member Options and Support What are the latest trends in member options and member support? John Harney talks to Polly Cripps, Associate Partner at Aon, to find out the key insights from Aon’s Global Pension Risk Survey and understand practical steps trustees and sponsors of pension schemes can take to enhance the experience and outcomes for their …
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In this episode of V-FM, your hosts Nico and Darren talk value for money with Aon's Jo Sharples. An actuary by trade, Jo has spent her career in a variety of different roles at Aon and is currently CIO of Aon's DC solutions. As well as the usual V-FM chat, this episode covers the latest inflation figures and the PLSA's retirement living standards, …
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In this episode of V-FM, Darren and Nico chat to Sir Steve Webb about politics, pensions and his time leading the pensions charge during his time as pensions minister. Steve was in post for 5 years and broke the mould of having a new pensions minister every nine months or so. He was instrumental in reviewing and helping to deliver the auto enrolmen…
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February 2024 – Pensions risk settlement: reflecting on a record-breaking 2023In this podcast you will hear the key pension news from the last two months summarised by Aon’s Jennifer Michel and John Harney.This month Jennifer and John are joined by Hatty Goodwin and Leah Evans to discuss the innovations and developments in 2023 in the DB pension ri…
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In this episode of V-FM, the pensions podcast, Darren and Nico chat the Pension Policy Institute's Chris Curry. Chris is also Principal of the Pensions Dashboards programme. As usual, topics for discussion are wide and varied: labour's pensions review, DC priorities for 2024, consolidation, the PPI's Policy Wheel, state pensions, admin, data and da…
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How have UK pension schemes been impacted by rising interest rates and the subsequent impact on funding levels and deficits? Hear key insights from Aon’s Global Pension Risk Survey to how UK schemes are reacting to this from Rupert Kotowski, an Associate Partner in Aon’s investment practice. Rupert also discusses the changes schemes are making to i…
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In the first V-FM special of 2024, Nico and Darren talk to Lord David Willets of Havant. Lord Willets served as Minister of State for Universities and Science from 2010 until July 2014, as well as being in John Major’s Government in the mid 1990s. He became a member of the House of Lords in 2015 and is President of the Resolution Foundation. This p…
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In this season opener, Darren and Nico chat to Scottish Widows' Pete Glancy and Rob Cochran. We welcomed Rob back to the pod to talk about his Mountain Warehouse rucksack, and Pete joined us to talk snooker and fine wines. In the podcast we look forward to the year ahead and chat about the importance of communicating effectively. We talk Big Zuu an…
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The evolution of retirement has been changing for decades and with people living longer than before, many people are wondering where they will end up when their time comes. Today, Brad discusses where we are versus where we have been when it comes to retirement, reminding us all that our age does not really matter. Listen Now! Show Highlights Inclu…
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In the latest episode of the Burges Salmon Pensions Pod, Chris and Helen are joined by Emma Moore (an Associate Partner at Aon) to discuss the gender pensions gap. In this episode Chris, Helen and Emma cover: What the gender pensions gap is; Why it is so significant; and Possible solutions for addressing the gap.…
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Phil goes through some of the things that he has learned over the years from various coaches, speakers and books. He discusses techniques to help you improve your wealth and mindset to succeed with your finances. It is important to take professional advice before making any decision relating to your personal finances. Information within this podcas…
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With 2024 comes an election year, and a top concern for many of us will be the economy. However, the big question will be... “Will there be any clear answers to what is broken?”. Today on the show, Brad paints a clear picture to what has happened over the course of a few years regarding government spending and reminds us to look in the mirror and p…
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Long term targetsIn this podcast in our series on the Global Pension Risk Survey - UK results, Jennifer Michel speaks to Alastair McIntosh, partner and co-author of the survey, about the long-term targets of pension schemes. What are schemes aiming for as their long-term target and how do they expect to reach their goals?The data and analytics from…
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Highlights from the Global Pension Risk Survey – UK results.In this podcast in our series on the Global Pension Risk Survey - UK results, Jennifer Michel speaks to Aon's Head of UK retirement policy, Matthew Arends, and partner and co-author on the Global Pension Risk Survey, Alastair McIntosh about the highlights of the survey. The main theme sinc…
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With 2023 behind us, it is always good to reflect on the year we had but more importantly what lies ahead in 2024. On the first show of the new year, Brad talks what the "experts" got right and what they got wrong in 2023... reminding us that no matter how this year turns out, we must ask ourselves, "Can my portfolio weather a storm?". Listen Now! …
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In our first episode of 2024 Helen Cracknell is joined by Luke Parry-Billings, a trainee solicitor in our pensions team to discuss how trustees could respond to the recent Virgin Media Ltd v NTL Pension Trustees II case. The High Court considered the question of whether amendments made to rights to the payment of pensions and accrued rights to pens…
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We have all heard the true story of Christmas... The Savior, Mary and Joseph, the stable and wise men, but there is a different way to look at it. Today on the show, Brad sheds light on the In Keeper who only had a stable for for Mary and Joseph. This new perspective may surprise you! Listen now. Show Highlights Include: The Story Of Old. (1:38) An…
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In this episode of V-FM Pensions, Nico and Darren look back on season one of the podcast, picking out some of the key themes and talking points that have been raised by our fantastic guests over the past year. We cover value for money, dashboards, at retirement, Mansion House reforms, small pots and a whole lot more! Seasons greetings to all our li…
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Where are you in your financial world? Are you looking to buy or sell? These have different pain points regarding current interest rates. However, making sure we take a global view as it relates to how those rates got here and where we are going, may be a great perspective. Today on the show, Brad discusses what the Federal Reserve should do in 202…
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On this podcast we look at helping you prepare for the lifestyle you want in retirement. We discuss areas such as how much money will you realistically need to live on, at what age do you want to retire and retirement bucket lists. It is important to take professional advice before making any decision relating to your personal finances. Information…
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December 2023 – Focusing on DC and DB investmentIn this podcast you will hear the key pension news from the last month summarised by Aon’s Ricky Marsh.This month Ricky is joined by Steven Leigh and Rupert Kotowski to discuss the investment aspects of Aon’s latest data and analytics, including results from the DC Today pulse surveys and the Global P…
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In this episode of V-FM Pensions, Nico and Darren chat to former Australian politician and now Super trustee, Nick Sherry. Nick squeezes in a cheeky reference to the cricket, but discussion quickly moves on to Aussie Rules (phew...!). Nick was Australia's first Superannuation Minister and has been instrumental in shaping the highly-regarded Austral…
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In the latest episode of the Burges Salmon Pensions Pod, Tom Whittaker a senior associate at Burges Salmon who is an AI specialist joins Chris Brown and Helen Cracknell to discuss what you need to know about AI in pensions. In this episode we take it right back to basics (what is AI?) before looking at the current situation and what trustees and em…
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Financial Adviser, Andrew Scouller, joins John this week to look at the recent Autumn Statement. We look at how this impacts people from a financial planning viewpoint and Andrew covers the key changes that are coming. It is important to take professional advice before making any decision relating to your personal finances. Information within this …
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In this episode of V-FM Darren and Nico chat to Paul Watson who has had a distinguished career shaping and helping deliver the Australian Superannuation system. We ban Paul from talking about cricket... but we cover loads of ground including illiquid investments, the mansion house reforms, dashboards, admin, net benefit and value for money, and pot…
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It is easy to get caught up with current events going on around the world and even what is going on in the markets. With information at our fingertips, distractions are an every day occurrence… the same goes with our money. Today, Brad’s challenges us to think about and discover the purpose of our money as it relates to our investments, retirement …
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We are joined on this podcast episode by Adam Walkom who discusses his new book which is out this week. The book takes the reader through the financial planning process and in this episode we also touch on how financial planning can help you reach your short, medium and longer term goals. It is important to take professional advice before making an…
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In this episode of V-FM: The Pensions Podcast Darren and Nico have a great chat with Railpen's Caroline Escott. Caroline wears many different hats and, in addition to being a senior investment adviser at Railpen, is Chair of NextGen and a trustee director for the Standard Life mastertrust. We, of course, discuss aspects of the autumn statement. But…
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Dating back to the first ever Thanksgiving, it’s been a celebration that we all benefit from... COMING TOGETHER, especially when we disagree. The truth is, you can’t have financial freedom without political freedom and that means caring for and defending others you disagree with. In this episode, you’ll discover the true importance of Thanksgiving …
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Whether you know a little, a little bit more, or a lot about the recent Mansion House proposals, our latest podcast episode will have something for you. Douglas Hogg, Client Director at Zedra joins our presenters Chris and Helen to cover two elements of the July Mansion House proposals… Using DB in productive finance and DB consolidation. There is …
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Annual management fees, platform fees, initial financial adviser fees, ongoing financial adviser fees, exit fees, performance fees and bid-offer spreads…just some of the costs and charges that we touch on during the podcast this week. It is important to take professional advice before making any decision relating to your personal finances. Informat…
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In this episode of V-FM, Nico and Darren talk to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion and governance specialist Uche Enemchukwu. Uche is a passionate employee benefits champion and co-founded Nelu, a US-based employee benefits consultancy. We chat the FCA diversity and inclusion consultation, research showing 'wasted' spend by employers through their em…
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In this very special opening episode, our presenters Chris Brown and Helen Cracknell joined by our pensions trainee solicitors and apprentice to run through some of the latest pensions news stories. Topics covered include the Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Act 2023, PPF’s Public Consolidator blog post, the UK-US data bridge, the Mansions…
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This week we look at how you can make small improvements to your finances. We also look at how you can incorporate “marginal gains” when it comes to financial learning, your retirement plans and savings. It is important to take professional advice before making any decision relating to your personal finances. Information within this podcast is base…
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In this episode Darren and Nico chat to the People's Partnership's pensions policy guru Tim Gosling. Tim is a real policy expert, loves getting stuck into the detail and offers his views on a wide range of topics including the Covid inquiry, productive finance, small pots, pension levies, at retirement, and costs and charges. We also ask Tim what v…
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Calling the latest iteration of the fiduciary rule “the third installment of a long running regulatory series,” American Retirement Association CEO Brian Graff went directly to the source, speaking with EBSA COO Tim Hauser about the Retirement Security Rule. The two fiduciary regulation ‘veterans’ sit down for a (very) comprehensive discussion the …
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Chris and Helen will be returning to explore the latest key topics in the world of pensions. With bitesize episodes for Employers as well as for Trustees, they, along with special guests, will help you navigate the changing regulatory and legislative landscape. Episodes will be released from Tuesday 14 November covering issues such as AI in pension…
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November 2023 – Focusing on the Risk Settlement marketIn this podcast you will hear the key pension news from the last month summarised by Aon’s Ricky Marsh.This month Ricky is joined by Lisa Varley and Mike Edwards to discuss the latest developments in the world of Risk Settlement, including the re-entry of M&G to the market.Further information:Wa…
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This week we are joined by Sam Rayner and Max Nordigan from Chrono Hunter. They set their business up with the goal of providing a safe place for watch lovers to buy and sell watches whilst ensuring the best possible price by comparing multiple offers from a trusted network of the finest luxury retailers across the country. It is important to take …
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In the longest episode so far of V-FM: the Pensions Podcast, Darren and Nico are joined by Richard Smith for 90 or so minutes of pure pensions dashboards delight. Richard kindly surprises Darren and Nico with a gift, gives an amazing (and unexpected) answer to the value for money question and chats through the latest dashboard developments, includi…
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